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In recent years, the debate on immigration has sparked many legislative and foreign policies, jostling concerns about the economy, the environment, social services, and ethnic relations. While determining personal opinions on the immigration situation, it is important to observe the statistics of the flow of immigrants actually coming into our country. In 2011, the estimated number of immigrants in the United States was 11.5 million, 59% of these people being from Mexico. An article on Choices.edu compiles a list of questions to consider while developing a side and analyzing thi... ... middle of paper ... ...e Are Needed to Keep the Economy Moving, but What Is an Important and Common Contributing Factor to the following Problems?" FAQs about Immigration and US Population Growth.